"We were a man up and had enough time to score a goal"
Peter Bosz, his players and BVB Sporting Director Michael Zorc were all disappointed following the match in Freiburg. "We're not satisfied with the result," said Zorc. Bosz spoke about the two injured players. "Marc Bartra hurt his groin, while Marcel Schmelzer has an ankle problem. His injury looked worse, but we'll have to wait for the diagnosis."
Peter Bosz: "We're disappointed. Dortmund should win in Freiburg. If you're playing with an extra man for an hour, you have enough time to score a goal. We didn't do enough today. We see the result as two points dropped. Marc Bartra hurt his groin, while Marcel Schmelzer has an ankle problem. His injury looked worse, but we'll have to wait for the diagnosis."
Roman Bürki: "It's disappointing to only get a point. We were a man up for 60 minutes and we had Freiburg pinned back into their own penalty area. But in the end they fought really hard and deserved to get the point."
Gonzalo Castro: "That's the problem when the referee doesn't set the standard for the match early enough and hesitates to book players. Then fouls like this happen and one of us gets injured again. I hope things aren't too bad for Schmelle."
Michael Zorc: "We're not satisfied with the result and with how we played when a man up. Of course, we were a bit unlucky at times, but we should have created more chances and better opportunities to score. So for us it's a rather unsatisfactory outcome to be travelling home with only one point in the bag."
"The important thing is that Marcel Schmelzer recovers quickly"
Christian Streich (SC Freiburg coach): "We played well. Up until the red card, we switched the play well and played some good football. Then my team defended very well and performed very well tactically. My player was too late into the tackle and hit him on the ankle. You do see reds given for that. The important thing is that Marcel Schmelzer recovers quickly." (djg)